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Porcelain Enamelware Stacking Cups
Photography by Rocky Luten and Mark Weinberg.

Cups half-full.


Porcelain Enamelware Stacking Cups

$40$75 (Was )  + $ shipping surcharge

We'd never heard of porcelain enamel before these cups and now we can’t get enough of the material. Here's how these sturdy cups are made: Each cup is hand-spun from high-grade steel then coated in porcelain enamel and fired in the oven The result is a highly durable and colorful cup that'll last a lifetime.

Because they're pretty and tough, we pack them for picnics, camping, and road trips (not to mention everyday beverage imbibing), but why stop there? We can also see them holding toothbrushes, makeup, cutlery, and small flower arrangements—good thing there’s four in a set. Choose from modern, solid colors like Charcoal or White, or from a traditional splatter patterns in Cobalt Blue Speckle, Light Blue Speckle, and Grey Speckle, all of which have a black trim. Each cup is finished with a clean white glazed interior. Oh, and did we mention they’re dishwasher safe and extremely durable? (Yeah, you could say we’re obsessed with them.)

  • Made in: Titusville, Florida
  • Made of: Porcelain enamel (glass-lined high-grade steel)
  • Size: Each set includes 4 cups; each is 4” in diameter at its widest point x 3.5” H and holds 8 ounces.

Sourced from: Barn Light Electric

Porcelain enamel is a durable cookware and while it’s dishwasher safe, avoid harsh detergents and avoid crowding them. Hand washing will also protect the color over years of use. These products are also oven-safe up to 450° F (232° C).

Standard Shipping: Ships out within 8 business days.

Additional Shipping Information: Cannot be shipped to U.S. Territories or P.O.Box/APO/FPO/DPO addresses.

Note: Additional charges apply for shipments to Alaska and Hawaii.

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